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Research: Furlough is curtailing job losses

The government’s furlough scheme is discouraging companies to cut jobs after research this week revealed that only one in 20...

Personnel Today Awards 2020 open for entries

1 Apr 2020

Entries have opened for the 2020 Personnel Today Awards, recognising the HR professionals, teams and suppliers that have delivered outstanding...

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Working from home: How HR can deal with the daily dilemmas

24 Mar 2020

With so many people having to reinvent the way they work because of the coronavirus outbreak, Jo Faragher examines how HR professionals may overcome the many difficulties they are bound to face.

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Government seeks HR lead for special advisers

24 Feb 2020

The Cabinet Office is recruiting an HR policy lead for special advisers following reports of friction between Downing Street and...

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Eileen Naughton

Movers and shakers: HR appointments – changes ahead at Google

19 Feb 2020

Google, Kingfisher and Acas feature in our regular round-up of senior HR professionals' comings and goings.

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‘Overcommitment’ is greatest HR challenge for 2020

13 Feb 2020

The urge to commit to too many initiatives may be one of the greatest challenges facing HR, according to global...

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The changing face of HR

Five ways HR is changing and how people leaders can get ahead (webinar)

13 Feb 2020

ON-DEMAND | Are you equipped with the skills needed to lead a people team of the future? Seismic shifts in the ...

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Catherine Leaver

Movers and shakers: HR appointments – Ann Pickering to step down from O2 role

24 Jan 2020

Our latest update of recent appointments includes a new HR director for O2

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Managers sweep harassment under the carpet, says CIPD report

21 Jan 2020

Almost a quarter of employees believe that – despite the rise of movements such as #MeToo – bullying and harassment...

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How CIPD Chartered membership recognises you as a people professional

6 Jan 2020

PROMOTED CONTENT | The start of the New Year brings about thoughts around reflection and setting goals for the coming year...

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commuting

Most affordable commuting towns in UK revealed

6 Jan 2020

A new study combining mortgage value and rail prices as established the most cost effective towns in the UK when...

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Movers and shakers: HR appointments at Accenture and more

6 Jan 2020

Recent appointments, great and small, in the HR sphere.

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Rhys Owen Cardiff airport movers and shakers

Movers and shakers: Institute of Directors, Cardiff Airport and more

18 Dec 2019

Personnel Today’s December update of appointments in the HR world includes the Institute of Directors’ emergence from turmoil after a...

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Movers and shakers: Protect, NHS, The Collective and Marshall Motors

10 Dec 2019

Personnel Today’s first far-from-exhaustive listing of appointments in the HR world includes a new NHS post to promote flexible working...

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Conservative voters more confident about career prospects

10 Dec 2019

People who feel “politically homeless” have lower job confidence than those who identify with a particular political party, and Conservative...

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